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Rössing plans for desalination


05 August 2014

Rossing_open_pit_(Rio_Tinto_2014)_48Rössing Uranium is planning to build a new desalination plant to ensure an economical source of water for its uranium operations in Namibia. The move follows an organizational restructuring as the company strives to improve economic viability at one of the world's top-producing uranium mines.

Mining operations begin at Husab

Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

09 May 2014

Husab - January 2014 - 48A ceremony has been held to mark the official start of mining operations at the Husab project in Namibia. The project is majority owned by China General Nuclear Power Corporation and is set to make Namibia one of the world's largest uranium suppliers.

Fuel cycle roundup #20

Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

20 February 2014

• Forsys updates Norasa figures
• Carley Bore resource upgrade
• "Outstanding" leach tests for Cauldron
• BLM gives the nod to Gas Hills
• Fuel upgrade for Tianwan

Fuel cycle roundup #27

Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

06 June 2014

• First consignment from Cooke
• Business as usual at Kazakh operations
• Areva wins Vattenfall contract
• Paladin progress
• Skyharbour buys into Athabasca Basin

Fuel cycle roundup #25

Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

08 May 2014

• Powertech clarifies Dewey-Burdock position
• Permit for Lance
• No Q2 restart for McClean
• ERA and Rössing join forces
• Pinenut producing to 2015
• Talvivaara permit

Chinese investment in Langer Heinrich

Exploration and Nuclear Fuel

20 January 2014

Langer Heinrich 48China National Nuclear Corporation has agreed to buy a 25% stake in Paladin's Langer Heinrich uranium mine in Namibia, entitling it to a corresponding share of the project's output.